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13 Demon Street (The Black Hand)
Atmospheric and slightly bizarre horror series made in Sweden.
Introduced by Lon Chaney Jr.
The film version ‘The Devil’s Messenger’ (three episodes edited together and linked) is already available in ‘Feature Films’ to download.
This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV
Audio/Visual: sound, Black & White
Keywords: Classic TV; 13 Demon Street; Lon Chaney Jr; Horror;
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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I'd like to have these on DVD but the price Something Weird Video is asking is ridiculous: the 13 episodes are split across four DVD-Rs and each one is $10, for a total of $40 for the set. I refuse to pay that much for DVD-Rs, which, unlike real, factory-pressed DVDs, *will* deteriorate over time.
SWV should work out a deal with another company to give these a proper release. I'd pay $20 to have the 13 episodes on factory-pressed DVDs.
Subject: First Episode
I believe this is the first episode of a series that never made it to the States. I think there were 13 episodes in all. It was offered in it's entirety by Something Wierd Video, and you can only tell that's what this was taken from. It's a neat show and I was hoping it was from another source besides SWV, but I guess that's the only place you can get it. Too bad they're not all here.
Subject: A nice find!
Rating this based on if it held my attention, which it did. I found it enjoyable although slightly predictable. Would love to also know the reason for the stay at 13 demon street! Hmmmmmm.
Subject: The doctor got all choked up over himself
The theme of the evil transplanted hand continuing to murder once on the new host has been done numerous times but this old episode on Swedish television is very well done. I don't know the actors so they can truly own their roles. Veteran character actor and emcee Lon Chaney makes for an aura of great angst. What was his crime?